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Mineralogical ClassificationIMA 2009-071 = AMBRINOITE

4th Jun 2010 12:22 BSTŁukasz Kruszewski Expert

An unique NH4-bearing sulphide, IMA 2009-071 = AMBRINOITE


Link:


http://systematic-mineralogy.com/mineral.aspx?id=2913


Cheers!

4th Jun 2010 13:29 BSTMarco E. Ciriotti Manager

More correctly ambrinoite is the first hydrated K sulfosalt found in Nature. It is a hydrated sulfosalt of potassium, arsenic, and antimony, with minor substitution of NH4.


The name is after Pierluigi Ambrino (b. 1947), a mineral collector, specializing in Piedmont and manganese deposits, who kindly provided us with the specimen studied.

7th Jun 2010 19:55 BSTChiara Idro

please ?

8th Jun 2010 09:56 BSTMarco E. Ciriotti Manager

Ciao Chiara,

cos'è che vuoi sapere? Scrivimi: m.ciriotti@tin.it

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